Who's moving to Kansas City for Google's 1000 Mbps?

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There may be a lot more Chiefs fans coming to town soon as Google opens up their 1000 Mbps up and down speeds with no bandwidth caps and no overages. This, according to Google, is only the beginning of their plan to bring internet speeds in line with computing speeds and file size capabilities.

According to The Verge:

Google says there will be no monthly bandwidth caps, and no overages. It even comes with 1TB of cloud storage through Google Drive. But Google Fiber is more than just internet — it will also be a “great new TV experience.” Google Fiber TV comes with a Bluetooth remote and a search interface that looks a bit like Google TV, but cleaned up and much simpler. It can record up to 500 hours of HD shows onto its 2TB drive, and allows for powerful search and discovery. Google is also making a remote app for both Android and iOS, which will allow for voice search, in a custom interface, but the app will also do video streaming “in an upcoming version.”

Will you be considering a move to the center of the country?

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Written by Connor Livingston

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  • 1 TB of Google Drive?? If only I had known perhaps I have moved there years ago.